“Balls” is a recurring theme on Sweet Spot – abused in Word-up: We’ve Got Big Balls, reminisced about in DodgeBall State of Mind and even my trip to New York last December could not escape some body parts humor. And we are certainly not above bantering a Weenus around now and again.
You see, from my vast in-the-field experience (although, admittedly my focus group is limited to my boys and visiting more-than-happy-to-contribute friends) I have discovered that almost all humor can boil down to some sort of genital or body part innuendo – and the rest can finish with a potty joke (don’t you wish you hung around my house during these learned occasions?).
I fear without the raucous humor, our life would hold few distinctions. Therefore, it was an especially good thing we decided to visit two forts in Old San Juan, on our trip to Puerto Rico– Castillo San Felipe del Morro and Castillo de San Cristobal – or we may very well have tragically missed the opportunity to include some phallic humor in our recent travels.
Visiting Castillo San Felipe del Morro and Castillo de San Cristobal, built by the Spanish as protection against foreign invasion in the 16th century and 18th century respectively, we learned a few things (a very few, unfortunately) about life as a Spanish soldier serving at a fort in those long ago centuries.
The views were pretty fab.
The accommodations pretty much sucked.
And even better than having some really big guns to shoot,
Having really big balls, or shall we say…cajones.
And on that note, Puerto Rico Island Travels is now concluded.
Honestly, after that, what else could there possibly be?
Puerto Rico Island Travels Part 1: The Lost Tour
Puerto Rico Island Travels Part 2: The Clothing Optional Tour
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nice pictures. i’m not sure which was bluer. the sky or the water…
Gorgeous pictures! Looks like a place I would love to visit.
Thank you so much! Glad you stopped by, love your blog as well!